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In this video I will show you ten adorable gift ideas that everyone would love to receive.
These are perfect for Christmas, birthdays or any other occasion. Investing time and
thought in presents is really what turns a little present in something big and meaningful,
because it shows that besides the object you're also giving a lot of love.
Hey loves! December is just around the corner and I'm so excited about the Christmas lights,
yummy food and hanging out with friends and family. But this is also the time when we
stress out about the Christmas gifts. But don't you worry, guys, because I've got you
covered. In this video I'm going to show you ten affordable and epic DIY Christmas gift
ideas that you can make for your loved ones. These are also perfect for birthday presents
all year around and of course you can totally just DIY them for yourself. I'm not going
to lie, I'm probably keeping one, two or five gifts for myself. Okay, I hope you guys are
excited, take your crafty spirits out and let's get started.
For someone that loves ice cream and deserts, an ice cream sundae box is a perfect gift!
To make it you need a gift box and a bunch of ice cream related things like cones, cups
and toppings like candy, sprinkles, honey, ice cream scoop, little spoons and decorations.
Now we have to package everything nicely. For the cones, take some cellophane and roll
it like that to make a cone shape. Secure it with a piece of tape. Put in a few ice
cream cones and make a bow on top using ribbon. Pretty cute, right?! Next let's make three
little bags of sprinkles. Here I have blue colored sugar. I also have this beautiful
colorful confetti. Yum! In the third bag I'll pour a bunch of pearl confetti. To decorate
the bags cut a small piece of colored cardboard paper, fold it in half and punch it on the
bag with stapler. This makes the bags look so festive and pretty. I think packing the
cone and toppings into the DIY packages adds so much to this gift box. Fill the box with
other ice cream related goodies like this ice cream scoop. You can fill the handle with
sprinkles! When you make yourself an ice cream you can quickly add some sprinkle yummines
on top of it. So cool, right? I also got these three little jars, which I decided to fill
in with some sugar covered chocolate candy, gummy worms and honey. You can use different
dressings like chocolate or caramel sauce. And of course besides candy you can use chocolate
chips, crushed cookies or chopped nuts, dried fruits and chopped dark chocolate for a bit
healthier options. Just think about the favorite snacks of the person the box is for. I'm adding
two little notes in the box as well. On the first one I wrote Ice cream sundae in a box
and on the other, bon appetit and I added a raffia hanger to both. To make sure the
spoons won't scatter all around the box, let's tie them together and make a bow. We are finally
ready to put all these goodies into the box! I think it looks extra cute if you add some
tissue paper on the bottom – I scrunched two pink pieces and popped them in. You can
make so many different thematic sundae boxes. If you're making it for someone that eats
very healthy you can put in a bunch of different yogurt toppings, like granola, crushed nuts,
seeds and so on. The options are endless. I think an ice cream sundae box like this
will put a big smile on the face of whoever you'll give it to.
Pimping up plain clothes is a great way to make amazing gifts at affordable price. Here,
I transformed a plain sweater into the most adorable cat sweater everyone would love.
All you need to make it is a plain sweater that you can get for very cheap, scissors,
pink and black felt, ribbon and fabric glue. Start by outlining the animal you are going
for. I decided to make a cat so I need a pair of pointy ears, eyes, nose, mouth and whiskers.
Cut all the shapes out. Be creative and make other animals of your choice, like a dog or
bear for example, you can have so much fun designing the sweater. For the nose I am cutting
a little pink heart from a light pink piece of felt, just to make our kitty cat sweater
even more cute. Here's how it looks when we put all the pieces together. Hmm... something
is missing – a little pink bow, so let's quickly make one from a piece of ribbon. Place
the ribbon around the pointer and the middle finger and lead the bottom end up and through
the opening between the two fingers. Tie both ribbon ends together in a knot. Take the bow
off your fingers, trim away the excess ribbon and you are done. These ribbons can be used
for so many DIY projects but today we are using one as a fashionable accessory to our
kitten. All we have to do now is glue the pieces onto the sweater. Fabric glue is completely
washable and should last many years. I am so pleased with how this cat sweater turned
out! Making a present like this is so much better than just buying a fancy expensive
piece of clothing in a store. It really shows that you took time and put effort into creating
a present for someone you love. Plus it's way cheaper for you! This is such a fun and
easy diy project that you can totally make for yourself as well.
A great Christmas or birthday gift idea for any age is this beautiful picture frame. You
need an inexpensive picture frame, acrylic paint, paint brush, glue and some fake flowers.
Fancy picture frames can be quite expensive, while you can get such plain ones for a dollar
or two and you can pimp them up yourself. I decided to color the frame in green and
then decorate it with artificial flowers. If you are giving it away for Christmas you
can switch the color to red and decorate it with snowflakes for example. But I wanted
to make a frame that you can have on your night stand all year around. I applied two
coats of paint to get it nice and opaque. Wait for a few hours or until it is completely
dry and we are ready to glue on some flowers. You can buy such fake flowers on the internet
for super cheap. I still have a lot left from my hair accessories and school supplies tutorials,
remember? I put five flowers on two corners of my frame, but you can stick them all around
the frame if you prefer. In any case the picture frame will turn out gorgeous! Put in a picture
of you and whoever you are giving this frame to – your friend, mom, grandma and I guarantee,
you will melt their heart. I mean... who wouldn't be absolutely blown away by receiving such
a special and thoughtful gift. Every time they will look at this beautiful picture,
they will remember how lucky they are to have such a special person in their life – you.
Every chocolate lover would be thrilled to receive these home made chocolate bonbons.
They are very quick and so much fun to make. You need some silicone molds, chocolate and
toppings like sprinkles and mixed nuts. First we need to melt the chocolate. I’m doing
that in the microwave so I have to break the chocolate into the microwaveable cups. I have
some milk and some white chocolate. Yum, yum! You can also melt your chocolate over the
stove. Once the chocolate is melted, pour it into the mold – I have this heart shaped
one, but you can find so many other cool designs in a store. Flatten the chocolate with a spoon
and then add toppings of your choice. I have some shredded coconut, chopped hazelnuts and
sprinkles for the first three. I want to make more than that so here comes another row of
chocolate yumminess. Here I am also using some blue sugar and pines. Let’s now make
some white chocolate bonbons. Wait what?! I figured that I overcooked mine, so white
chocolate rest in peace. But we're not going to stress about it for too long because I
have some milk chocolate left. Leave them to cool completely, you can also put them
into the fridge for a while. Time to take these babies out of the molds! Look at this
perfection! OMG I'm so proud of myself right now. Totally tapping myself on the shoulder,
no shame. They look so professionally made, right? I'm gonna try this one. No girl these
are not for you, these are for the gift, they look so good I just wanna eat them. Put them
in a jar or a pretty gift box. Decorate it with some ribbon to make it more festive!
You can personalize it for a friend that you are making them for. For example if that person
is all about healthy living use 70% chocolate and top the bonbons with healthy stuff like
nuts and goji berries. These are such a yummy and awesome gift.
Ear hats are a huge trend and you can actually make them yourself! I'm going to show you
how. All you need is an inexpensive hat, two buttons, thread and a needle plus some yarn.
First we need to make two pompoms. Wrap the yarn around the palm of your hand about hundred
times. Trim the excess and take the yarn ball of your hand. Take a short piece of yarn or
thread and wrap it around the yarn ball tightly. You end up with this bow shape. With scissors
cut through the loops on both sides. The bow shape is gone and we end up with a fluffy
yarn ball. Time to make our pompom nice and rounded so just have fun with scissors and
play with it until you are satisfied with how it looks. There we go – this one is
looking pretty posh! But since all the animals have two ears, we have to make the second
pom pom, which has to be of the same size as the first one. Our two balls of fluffiness
are ready and we can attach them to the hat. Thread your needle and make a couple of stitches
for each of the ears. If you want you can just use fabric glue. Since my pom poms are
quite big and heavy I figured that sewing will probably work best for me. Make a final
knot inside the hat, snip away the excess thread and the first ear is done. Do the same
for the other one. Just by adding ears, this hat looks so much prettier than before, right?!
You can totally finish here or you can give our bear a face like me. For the eyes I am
using a couple of white buttons to match the ears. Sew them on a hat using black thread,
which will represent the pupils. Besides being an awesome gift idea, this project is also
great for up-cycling your old hats and refreshing your winter wardrobe. I will definitely make
another one for myself if I give this hat away because I just love it so much. For the
nose and mouth I am using yarn and fabric glue. Make a little oval shape for bear's
nose and a wave for the mouth. Here we have it, our mister bear hat all done and looking
epic. This DIY is really inexpensive, but so unique and special. The lucky person who
receives a gift like that will surely feel special and appreciated.
You know what guys I was thinking that none of my friends have birthdays in the next days
and I am feeling pretty hungry so I am just going to dig into the ice cream box. I have
to give it a little quality control to make sure it's good enough as a gift, right? I
am taking two scoops of raspberry sorbet which is so good! A little whipped cream never hurt
nobody, so let’s put it on top. Time for the toppings! I’m going for some honey first,
because raspberry sorbet can be quite sour and we need to balance it out with sweet honey.
We also have to check out how the sprinkle scoop works! Mmm nice, I'm going to mark it
as approved. All we need now is some décor and an ice cream spoon. How pretty is this
snowflake! You can make decorations like these yourself. Cut some shapes of your choice from
colored paper and stick them on a toothpick. After a quality control has been performed,
I can totally approve this ice cream box as a perfect gift for any occasion! I Love it!
Happy Birthday!
If you need some small and inexpensive presents to give to your friends – these candy bonbons
are perfect. To make them you'll need some candy, ribbon, cellophane, tape, toilet paper
roll, wrapping paper and scissors. Start by wrapping the craft paper around the roll and
secure it with a piece of tape. Fold the extra paper on the sides inside the roll like this.
Pop the candy of your choice into the opening. Take your cellophane and wrap it around the
candy roll. Secure it in place with tape. Make two ribbon bows on the sides and you
get a perfect bonbon shape. How cute are these!? Make a bunch of different colors and give
them to your best friends or you can use them as stocking fillers. Easy, inexpensive and
totally adorable little gifts, I am in love!
Anyone that loves beauty and likes to pamper herself would be happy to receive this moisturizing
body scrub. You need a bowl, a jar, essential oil, food coloring, sugar and coconut oil.
Pour quarter of a cup of melted coconut oil into the bowl and add a cup of sugar. Add
a few drops of essential oil, I am using peppermint and mix in a bit of blue food coloring. Mix
the ingredients together really well. If you need to you can still add sugar or oil at
this point to get the perfect consistency. Pour the scrub into a jar. To make the gift
prettier you can decorate it with stickers – write on a name and stick it on the lid.
I also decided to wrap a piece of white raffia around and make a bow. What a gorgeous little
present right?! Especially in the winter when our skin gets dry it is really important to
exfoliate and moisturize. This scrub works perfectly because it does both – removes
dry skin and death cells plus moisturizes.
Now let's make some marble bowls which are a great decorating and organizing piece for
any age. We're gonna need some clay, a bowl, dough roller and a gold fabric marker. Roll
the colors of your choice into strips like this. I have white, green, violet and yellow.
Now you need to twist all the strips together and the more you twist, the more marbley your
bowls are going to be. I want my design to be quite full so I decided to roll my clay
again and then twist it like that. Just play with it so that the clay colors mix together.
When you feel like you have a good pattern, form the clay into a little marble ball. Place
it on the flat surface and use a roller or something rounded like a vase or a bottle
to flatten it. Just as you would be baking cookies. Place the clay on top of the bowl
and let it dry. Here I made another one. For this one I swirled the clay even more so I
got an even more marbley rustic look. I decided to put it inside the bowl and make the edge
even more wavy, by folding it in. My clay is air drying so I just have to wait for a
few hours for my bowls to dry and harden, but you can bake them and speed up the process.
For the finishing touch color the edge in gold or any other color. You can use a marker
or acrylic paint to do that. Ta-da the marble dishes are all ready and a perfect gift for
a friend, your mom, grandma or anyone that likes cute room decorating pieces. These are
great for storing jewelry, or anything else like keys, pins, you name it.
What is better than drinking a morning coffee or tea from a mug made by someone very special
to you? DIY mugs are a cute and super easy idea perfect for all ages. To make them you
need a white mug and some porcelain markers. This one would be perfect for a birthday gift.
I started with a party garland and some balloons. First I like to outline the picture in black
and then I'll add some color. Plain mugs are very inexpensive and the markers will last
you forever, so you'll be able to make a lot of gifts using them. All you have to do is
transform yourself into a creative mug designer and make some awesome drawings on the mugs.
I am really not that good in drawing, so don't judge me. But that is the point of DIY-ing!
You don't have to be a Picasso to make a gift like that. I also decided to add a little
quote – "smile it looks good on you". Not just smile, the person I'm gonna give this
mug to will probably laugh every morning when drinking coffee, thinking about how terrible
drawer I am. Feel free to leave your mug in black and white but you know me – I love
color so I had to spice it up a bit. Looking awesome! Now on to the other mug! I wanted
this one to be more winter related so I'm writing on "baby it's cold outside". I don't
know about you guys but boy it's been getting pretty cold here in Norway lately, so this
totally feels appropriate. On the bottom part of the mug I am drawing 3 penguins – poor
babies freezing in the snow. Start with an oval for the body, horizontal number three
for the face and two lines for the white belly. Using yellow marker make a beak and their
feet. And since I am making fantasy penguins I am coloring them in green, pink and blue.
This DIY doesn't take more than five minutes and you get such a nice gift! Just perfect!
To make your mugs dish washer proof we have to pop them in the oven for the marker to
harden. Follow the instructions for your markers as they can be a bit different. I have to
bake my mugs at three hundred Fahrenheit for ninety minutes. Voila, here they are all finished
and looking awesome. I love how you can be so creative with these mugs. You can make
so many awesome designs. Drawings, patterns, quotes... sky is the limit. Quality control
is needed again so let's make some hot chocolate. Little bit of milk, a teaspoon of cocoa powder
and whipped cream to make it extra delicious and festive. Every time your friend will drink
from the mug that you made, he or she will be reminded how special he or she is to you.
And that is a priceless feeling.
Last but definitely not least I'll show you how to make these epic gloves or hand warmers,
which is probably my favorite gift idea in a bunch. And no worries if you don't know
how to knit because I have no clue either, tweenzies! You will need some yarn, ice cream
cup, glue gun, bobby pins, knitting hook and a needle. Before we start knitting we need
to make a simple knitting loom. Start placing pairs of pins around the edge of the cup like
that, leaving about half an inch between each pair. If you don't have an ice cream cup you
can use a bigger coffee cup or any other hollow rounded object. Time to take our glue gun
and let's apply some glue over and around each pin to make sure they will stay in place
while knitting. When all the pins are glued in place we can proceed to the fun part – knitting!
Take your yarn and this is optional – a straw. Thread the yarn through it. Straw makes
it easier to wrap the yarn around each pin. Leave about five inches of yarn hang loose
and then start wrapping the yarn around each pin. Make sure that you have loops on the
outside and the connecting line of yarn on the inside of the loom. When you reach the
first pin, just continue with one more row above the first one. See how quickly you can
wrap the yarn around the pins using a straw?! The second wrapping row is finished so it's
time to take the hook and pull the bottom loops over the top ones. Grab the bottom loop
– the one closer to the cup edge – pull it over the top loop and over the pin like
that. If you don't have a hook you can easily make one from a piece of wire or you can pull
with fingers too. Go all around the loom until our first row is finished. Time to again wrap
the around the pins – but from now on we only need to wrap them once, because
as you can see, we already have our first row of yarn from before. When all the pins
are wrapped take a hook and pull the bottom loops over the top ones. These are the two
steps that you need to keep repeating until your glove is long enough: wrap the yarn around
the pins, pull the bottom loops over the top ones. Then again wrap the yarn around the
pins and again pull the bottom loops over the top ones, it's that simple! You can make
the gloves using only one color of yarn, or you can make stripes of different colors.
I decided to make a green edge on these gloves so I need to switch the yarn. This is very
easy. Snip the pink working yarn, leaving about five inches extra like that. Take the
green yarn and thread on a straw. Now simply make a knot tying together the pink and green
yarn like that. Then continue the same two easy steps as before. This time using green
yarn. Wrap the yarn around each pin and then pull the bottom loops over the top ones. And
that's the whole story, it's really easy, you really have to try. I love this quick
loom knitting technique because it is so simple and it only takes about two hours to make
a beautiful glove! Especially this time of the year, when it gets dark so quickly I love
cosying up on the couch wrapped in blankets, watch some TV and knit these gloves. I find
it really relaxing and therapeutic. Call me granny, it's like "granny's beauty corner".
After twenty two pink and five green rows I believe this glove is long enough so I am
going to pull the bottom loops over the top ones for the last time and then we'll make
a finishing crochet row. To make it you can use a crochet hook like me, but the knitting
hook from before or a piece of wire would work just fine too. Pull the first loop from
the pin and onto the hook. Take your working yarn and wrap it around the hook like this.
Now you need to pull the first loop over the second one and off the hook. Add the loop
from the second pin onto the hook and again wrap the working yarn around the hook. As
you can see you have three loops on the hook. Pull the middle one over the third loop and
then the first one over the third loop. Continue this step until you take all the loops off
the pins. I feel like I'm saying "hook" hundred billions times now, but I really want you
guys to understand. Let's repeat: take the loop of the pin, wrap the working yarn around
the hook and you're left with 3 loops on the hook. Pull over the middle one and the first
one. Then repeat the step. When you reach your last pin, the glove will come off the
loom. You are left with a little loop and the working yarn which we have to trim leaving
about five inches of extra. Lead the yarn through the loop and make a couple of knots
and stitches to make sure that the glove won't fall apart. We want it to last many years.
I am using a big knitting needle but you can totally make one using a piece of wire. On
the opposite end of the glove you still have this first yarn end peaking out. Make a few
knots and stitches to secure your work. I decided to make an extra knot where we switched
the colors just to be sure. Now we can snip away all that extra yarn hanging out. Push
the knot from the yarn switch inside the glove to hide it and we are all done, and ready
to admire these adorable hand knitted gloves. You can make them for yourself or you can
give them as the most beautiful and thoughtful gift ever. Switch up the colors and you can
make these gloves for anyone – girlfriend, boyfriend, grandpa and I guarantee they will
be overwhelmed.
Home made gifts are much more thoughtful, unique and special then the store bought ones.
Take some time this year and make gifts for your friends and family and show them how
much they mean to you! You will melt their heart, because with home made gifts you don't
give an object – you give love.
These were my ten DIY gifts ideas perfect for Christmas, birthdays or any kind of day
when you want to tell your friends and family that you love them. Let me know in the comments,
which of the ten ideas was your favorite and also give the video some love if you want
more Christmas related videos, maybe a room decor or something like that. Let me know...
That is it for today, thank you so much for watching and I'll talk to you really soon.
Oh and before I go, don't forget to check out the Christmas videos, I did last year.
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